Today we have been finishing off our globes, we have been putting on the Arctic and the Antarctic then drawing on polar bears on the Arctic! Some people are going to make the blanket of gas. Some people painted and some people stuck. Some people didn’t want to put on the polar bears. It was fun but it was very messy! Once everybody has completed there globe, we will take them home.
By Erin, Natalie and Baylee-Rose!
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Tagged Baylee, DT, Erin, Natalie
Today we went to Hadley Park Hotel to look at ICT products. Me Jack and Tom went to look at technology and used the MacBooks, green screen and the flip
camera to find out what they could do. Me and Tom made a video using the green screen.
We made a movie that me and Baylee were on a rolacoster but not in real life. We did it on the green screen. Mr Brown had a go on a remote control Lego robot, using a phone to control it.
We had to come up with ideas for how computers could help you, Tom said they can help you get a job, Baylee suggested making a movie and Jack said you could write a book and publish it on the internet. We have been busy making a book, and hope to show it soon!
By Tom, Jack and Baylee.
In our assembly this afternoon, these 5 children were able to name different religions. We heard the story of the Loaves and Fishes.
- Jack said ‘Jewish’ and knew the Star of David is a special symbol for Jewish people.
- Baylee said ‘Hindu’ and knew that one of their gods was called Shiva.
- Kayban said `Sikhism’ and knew that Sikh men wear Turbans because they believed they could not cut their hair.
- Amy said ‘Buddhism’ worship a god called Buddha and Buddhist monks wear orange.
- Amelia said Catholic and knew that some Christian people are Catholic and Jack added the Pope is the leader of the Catholic church.
I wonder if anyone knows any other religions, or can tell us some more about the ones we have managed?
Posted in Egypt, Ella, Elliot, Hannah, Henry, History, ICT, Isabel, Jorge, Kayban, Literacy
Tagged Baylee, Egypt, egyptians, Ella, Elliot, flipsnack, Hannah, Henry, history, ICT, Isabel, Jorge, Kayban, Literacy, Michael, non-chronological reports